If you're looking for a happy, young and upbeat voice with heaps of character, then Aaron's your man. He always brings scripts to life with his cheeky style and will bring a smile to any listener's face. Recent clients include McDonalds, Match Attax trading cards, Fiat and Owl Claimline.
Aaron is an experienced Northern Irish voiceover from just outside Belfast and has voiced for every single radio station in Northern Ireland and also, works closely with ITV network. Recent clients include Human Rights Commission, Halifax and Opera House TV commercials, along with a huge campaign for Recruit NI on ITV in Northern Ireland. Aaron is also heavily involved with continuity announcing. From cheeky chappy, to sincere and earnest you'll be sure to find his range of voicing skills are very broad whether it be TV, radio, web or corporate.
With a string of clients under his belt, including Red Bull, Just For Men, Mitsubishi and Audible, Adam is one of LVOs most booked voices. From Sheffield, his voice is deep and rich and seems to have gravitas way beyond his years!
When not behind a microphone, Adam can usually be found treading the boards in a Shakespeare play (of which, he is a self confessed aficionado!)
Adam De Ville is an experienced actor and voice over artist. Adam has worked in TV and all areas of the voice over industry with credits including narrator for the children's book Richmond Bigbottom, various ADR including the film 'Atonement', and has worked with major corporate clients and various E learning projects. His native accent is West Midlands with a range from bubbly working class Brummie, through subtle charm, warm reassuring sincerity to sobriety and solemnity. Adam's friendly and enthusiastic approach and versatility in creating character and use of tone means he can confidently work across a broad range of voice over mediums.
A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Alan has appeared in many productions on stage and screen, most recently as Mr Perks in the West End production of The Railway Children. Originally from North Lincolnshire he has an RP accent but can rekindle his old northern dialect at the drop of a hat. His voice is friendly, engaging, occasionally wry and there is a certain “everyman” quality about him.
Alan is also a qualified Blue Badge tourist guide and when he is not on the mic he can be seen guiding groups around London and other parts of the UK. He also speaks French fluently.
A favourite when you need that British corporate sound, Alex loves to turn his hand to all kinds of styles. From young and upbeat to serious and professional, straight reads to characters. Alex’s voice has been described as confident, dynamic, warm, sexy, commercial, cool…and has voiced projects for multinational companies and chains, with happy clients around the world!
Andrew is one of our radio drama experts. With lots of work for Radio4 under his belt, he knows a thing or two about how to elicit emotion behind a microphone. He can also read you a mean audio book (and probably some nice ones too!).
Andrew can turn his voice to...pretty much any voice you fancy. A fluent French speaker, Andrew first honed his craft via the Internet on a whole bunch of projects involving his voice and went from there! He's been the voice of a Mexican wrestler character for Southern Trains, Mr Angry for The Sunday Sport and pretty much everything inbetween!
Andy Scratch hails from St. Albans. TV presenter and Radio DJ, he has a quirky and interesting voice which can bring the dullest script to life. He's fiercely into his DIY music and is currently writing for (and fronting) at least 3 bands and 3 side projects. He supplements his media activities with his creative design company 8e Creative!
Atli was born in Iceland and raised in Norway. He is fluent in English, Icelandic and Norwegian and comfortable working in all three. He has an assured, charming and versatile voice. Recent work includes easyJet's Icelandic in-flight announcements, Icelandic ADR for John Michael McDonagh's War on Everyone, Norwegian ADR for the History Channel's Vikings and BBC Two's The Last Kingdom. Later this year he will feature in ITV's Thunderbirds Are Go as a snooty hot springs resort concierge.